Charles W Allen must pay for injury to tailor - Pgh Gazette 20 May 1916 p1

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of of be at II. of the re-MOectively. 'of of says the Overseas News Agency. "This measure was taken by way of reprisal for the Infamous treatment of imprisoned imprisoned German officials in France." POLICEMAN MUST PAY $615 Charles W. Allen, a negro policeman, was ordered by a jury in the United States District Court yesterday to pay $t75, the hospital and doctor bills of John Kavalewski. a tailor. The testimony testimony was to effect that Kavalewski was intoxicated and sleeping on a cellar door in Forbes street, near Brady, when Allen, Allen, In attempting to awaken him, struck him on the sole of one foot with his mace, breaking an ankle. 'vavalewski sued for $5,01)0. Allen's defense was that the blow from his mace was not responsible for the broken broken ankle: that Kavalewski received the injury in falling while bcint taken to a la.trol box. - w insisted upon because in him- for interest she was plans MacMechen were dirigible apartment daily where "Ho ble since

Clipped from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette20 May 1916, SatPage 1

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)20 May 1916, SatPage 1
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